11 Cultivars Listed
The American Daffodil Society defines an intermediate daffodil as a standard (height) daffodil in Divisions 1, 2, 3, 4, or 11 having a single floret whose diameter is typically greater than 50 mm and less than or equal to 80 mm.
Commodore Perry is a showy and commanding pink cup from the armada of the late Dr. John R. Reed of Michigan. Even though the Commodore is an intermediate, his extra large caliber gun and broad sails will quickly scuttle the opposition. Said to be sun-pro
Well-named Frostbite is a spontaneous poeticus sport, extra white pointy petals intruding into the cup. Widely variable except that Frostbite retains an overall hexagonal corona shape, analogous to snowflakes. Scented Frostbite brings a lovely blast of cool to the late spring border when all of the other daffodils have melted. An intermediate, Frosty is attractive in a vase , for us blooms with Spanish Bluebells and Tulip Maureen. You will be pleasantly surprised by the the scent.
It is not often that a yellow trumpet is found adjacent to the term ‘Intermediate’. But Little Alfred sports all of the trumpet flanged and notched cupped bling that you want, but with a “seen not heard” modesty that you like. Lovely color, form and detail. Increases. We think Little Alfred is a candidate for pot culture.